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25 Rounds of .380 ACP Ammo by Hornady - 90gr JHP

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Ammo Quantity - 25 rounds per box
Ammo Manufacturer - Hornady
Bullets - 90 grain Flex Tip (JHP FTX)
Ammo Casings - Nickel-Plated Boxer-primed brass

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Posted On: 10/8/11 By: Chris

A: There are many differences between .380 and .38 Special. It is important to understand that they are in no way interchangeable. .380 ACP, or .380 Auto as it is sometimes called, is used almost exclusively in semi-automatic handguns. .38 Special is used almost exclusively in revolvers. As to their caliber, while both are referred to with the number "38," the projectile diameter of the .380 is .3565" and the diameter of the .38 Special projectile is .3580", a minor but important distinction. .38 Special shares this diameter with .357 Magnum, which, again, is not the actual diameter of the projectile. However, all three (.380 Auto, .38 Special, and .357 Magnum) share the same bore diameter of .355".

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